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Robin Williams’ most under appreciated performances

12 August 2014 4:00 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

With the news of Robin Williams’ shocking death Monday, the world lost a wonderful performer with a rich and diverse career. He made his name on his zany comedies and bananas stand-up and won an Oscar for his dramatic departure, but with over 100 acting credits to his name in nearly 40 years, some of his finest work that shows his range as an actor, along with his tenderness and charm as an everyman star, doesn’t even begin to show up in films like Good Will Hunting, Aladdin, Dead Poets Society or (oh boy) Mrs. Doubtfire. As tribute to this late great, Sound on Sight has compiled a list of some underrated, under-seen and under appreciated performances throughout his career. It’s work that characterizes Williams’ broadly comedic signature as well as his darkly dramatic depth, but most importantly, as his wife Susan Schneider put it, “the countless moments of joy »

- Brian Welk

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The Top 10 Trivial Tidbits About Robin Williams (1951-2014)

11 August 2014 11:16 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Oscar-winning actor and comedian Robin Williams (1951-2014) has left behind a legacy of memorable entertainment in stand-up comedy, television and film following in the aftermath of his tragic passing on Monday, August 11, 2014. Indeed, Williams will be remembered for his versatile presence in show business running the course of over four decades.

In a rather unconventional tribute of recognizing the late and gifted actor/comedian Robin Williams let us engage in The Top 10 Trivial Tidbits About Robin Williams (1951-2014) highlighting the performer’ s arcane facts and revelations pertaining to his film and television work.

So just how well do you know Robin Williams and his esteemed Hollywood career throughout the years in the media? Just sit back and enjoy this brain-teasing trivia-minded column about the dearly departed manic artist whose devotion to his craft of off-kilter comedic and shockingly dramatic showmanship on the small and big screen has and will always »

- Frank Ochieng

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The Missing: New Starz TV Series Debuts November 15th

11 August 2014 8:27 PM, PDT | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

Starz has announced that their new TV series, The Missing, will launch on Saturday, November 15th, at 9pm. There are eight episodes.

Here's the press release:

Starz To Premiere “The Missing” Saturday, November 15 At 9Pm Et/Pt

Dramatic Thriller Features International Ensemble Cast Led by James Nesbitt (The Hobbit Trilogy), Frances O’Connor (A.I.: Artificial Intelligence) and Tcheky Karyo (Goldeneye)

Beverly Hills, Calif. – August 7, 2014 – Starz announced today that the limited series, “The Missing,” will debut Saturday, November 15th at 9pm Et/Pt on Starz. The eight-episode dramatic thriller, directed by Tom Shankland (“Ripper Street”) and written by Harry Williams and Jack Williams, centers on the psychological fallout and ensuing years-long manhunt resulting from the sudden disappearance of five-year-old Oliver Hughes while on holiday with his parents in France in 2006.

The Missing” is a gripping dramatic »

- TVSeriesFinale.com

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Robin Williams: Steven Spielberg, Chris Columbus, Others Remember ‘Lightning Storm of Comic Genius’

11 August 2014 4:58 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

The shock of Robin Williams’ death on Monday spread far and wide through the showbiz community, a reflection of the actor’s long career in movies, television, stage and standup comedy.

Steven Spielberg called him “a pal” and expressed shock at Williams’ death of an apparent suicide at the age of 63. Williams starred as Captain Hook in Spielberg’s 1991 movie “Hook,” and he had a voice role in the director’s 2001 feature “A.I.: Artificial Intelligence.”

“Robin was a lightning storm of comic genius and our laughter was the thunder that sustained him. He was a pal and I can’t believe he’s gone,” Spielberg said.

Chris Columbus, director of Williams’ 1994 smash “Mrs. Doubtfire,” said watching Williams’ at work was a “magical and special privilege.”

“We have lost one of our most inspired and gifted comic minds, as well as one of this generation’s greatest actors,” Columbus said. “His »

- Cynthia Littleton and Alex Stedman

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Hollywood ‘Stunned,’ ‘Heartbroken’ Over Robin Williams’ Death

11 August 2014 4:43 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

The shock of Robin Williams’ death spread far and wide on Monday, a reflection of the actor’s long career in movies, television, stage and standup comedy.

Tributes came in from friends and colleagues, studios and executives, the directors of his many movies, fellow comics and even President Obama. Those who knew and worked with him described Williams as a comic genius with a generous heart.

Steven Spielberg called him “a pal” and expressed shock at Williams’ death of an apparent suicide at the age of 63. Williams starred as Peter opposite Dustin Hoffman’s Captain Hook in Spielberg’s 1991 movie “Hook,” and he had a voice role in the director’s 2001 feature “A.I.: Artificial Intelligence.”

“Robin was a lightning storm of comic genius and our laughter was the thunder that sustained him. He was a pal and I can’t believe he’s gone,” Spielberg said.

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- Alex Stedman and Cynthia Littleton

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Steven Spielberg talks about 'Extant' and your future

9 July 2014 8:00 AM, PDT | EW - Inside TV | See recent EW.com - Inside TV news »

Halle Berry isn’t the only high-profile get in Extant, CBS’ futuristic drama about an astronaut who returns pregnant after a year-long mission in space. The drama is produced by Steven Spielberg and Amblin Entertainment. Here, Spielberg talks about discovering the script, and the drama’s futuristic elements that aren’t entirely out of the realm of possibility, before the show premieres tonight at 9 p.m. Et.

Entertainment Weekly: When you read the script for Extant, was your first thought, “Hey! Mickey Fisher bogarted parts of A.I. and Minority Report!”

Steven Spielberg: No, not really. My first thought was »

- Lynette Rice

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Review: Halle Berry returns from space in CBS' 'Extant'

9 July 2014 6:00 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

A couple of months ago, NBC aired a two-part remake of "Rosemary's Baby" that was completely lacking in suspense, pacing, anything new to say with the material or any reason to exist save for the brand name and the excuse to give Zoe Saldana a pixie haircut. The original film is such a classic that, even if it should never be excused from being remade, at least requires some genuine thought before attempting, which no one involved with the NBC version bothered to try.  CBS' new summer sci-fi series "Extant" (it debuts tonight at 9) isn't another "Rosemary's Baby" remake, though it does involve Halle Berry (also sporting a short haircut, albeit one she's worn often before) becoming pregnant under mysterious, possibly horrifying circumstances. Nor does it feel wildly original as a whole; in addition to the pregnancy, which Berry's astronaut character develops while spending months alone on a space station, »

- Alan Sepinwall

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Kid’s Corner: Top 10 Steven Spielberg-Directed Child-Centric Films

8 July 2014 3:06 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Oscar-winning filmmaker Steven Spielberg has taken movie audiences on extravagant adventures of a lifetime during his lengthy course behind the camera when impacting the film industry with his captivating on-screen imagination. Spielberg has shown an amazing range of vision and scope when tackling various movie genres that tap in the collective consciousness of moviegoers. Science fiction, social issue dramas, action and adventure, period pieces, family-oriented fantasies, comedies, war movies–you name it and Spielberg has done it on the big screen in his illustrious film career in directing, producing, writing and promoting.

Although Spielberg has done his share of adult-oriented films that cater to the sophisticated masses he is primarily known for his whimsical kid-friendly fare or at least releases that feature children in some of his escapist gems that may not necessarily be considered kiddie-coated. In Kid’s Play: Top 10 Steven Spielberg-Directed Child-Centric Films we will take a »

- Frank Ochieng

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TV Review: ‘Extant’

7 July 2014 8:00 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Extant” feels a bit like a Steven Spielberg greatest (and not-so-greatest) hits album, from “A.I.” to, in this case, a close encounter of the reproductive kind. That’s not an indictment so much as a road map to this CBS summer drama, which brings the star power of Halle Berry to the screen as an astronaut who returns to Earth after an extended mission only to discover — after an “anomaly” — that she’s pregnant, however impossible that seems. Throw in assorted subplots, and it’s certainly an intriguing launch; but then again, so was “Under the Dome” before that narratively ran into a brick wall.

Berry’s Molly is back home when the story begins, reunited with her husband, John (Goran Visnjic), and artificially intelligent son (Pierce Gagnon), which John has not only built but is seeking funding to market. (His expression of contempt for religion when pressed about the »

- Brian Lowry

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Watch: 20-Minute Documentary 'The Unfinished Films Of Stanley Kubrick' Narrated By Malcolm McDowell

27 June 2014 9:05 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

Last year, we rolled up our sleeves and dove into The Lost & Unmade Projects Of Stanley Kubrick, detailing the numerous movies that the legendary filmmaker developed or considered over the course of his career. As you know, Kubrick wasn't the the most prolific of filmmakers, but when he latched onto something, it became a near obsession, and the director meticulously pored over every aspect of the production to meet the exacting standards of his vision. But if you don't have time to flip through that feature (though you should), this 20-minute documentary, "The Unfinished Films Of Stanley Kubrick," does a good job of highlighting some of the more well known movies he never got to. Narrated by Malcolm McDowell, the doc touches up “Napoleon” (which is now an HBO series set to be produced by Steven Spielberg and directed by Baz Luhrmann),  “The Aryan Papers” and “A.I.” (which Kubrick passed »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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Release dates for Spielberg's new films confirmed

16 June 2014 10:42 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

The Bfg and Steven Spielberg's thus far untitled Cold War spy thriller now have release dates...

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Ever since he directed Jurassic Park and Schindler's List back to back, Steven Spielberg has had periods where he's directed films in clumps. Most notably, he did The Lost World: Jurassic Park, Amistad and Saving Private Ryan pretty much back to back, pocketing an Oscar for the last of those three.

A few years later, he then went from A.I. to Minority Report to Catch Me If You Can, and in 2005 from War Of The Worlds to Munich. More recently, he shot War Horse and Lincoln without too much of a gap between them.

Now? He's set up a new pair of projects, and he's diving straight in, one after the other. The first is his thus-far untitled Cold War thriller, which is set to reunite him with Tom Hanks. The Coen brothers have penned the screenplay. »

- simonbrew

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Watch the Trailer for Harbinger Down

11 June 2014 9:29 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

With its icy mountain backdrop and emphasis on using practical effects, Harbinger Down no doubt conjures memories of John Carpenter’s The Thing. The film’s new trailer features a creature that would send familiar chills down the spines of R. J. MacReady and company: an organism that infects humans before undergoing nightmare-inducing mutations.

The feature directorial and writing debut of veteran Creature FX Designer Alec Gillis (Aliens, The Monster Squad, Starship Troopers), Harbinger Down stars genre legend Lance Henriksen (Aliens, Near Dark, Pumpkinhead) and Matt Winston (Little Miss Sunshine, A.I. Artificial Intelligence), and it’s slated for release sometime soon. In addition to the trailer, we have the synopsis and two posters for you to check out:

“A group of grad students have booked passage on the fishing trawler Harbinger to study the effects of global warming on a pod of Orcas in the Bering Sea. When the ship »

- Derek Anderson

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Podcast: Summer Fun Times Movie Watching

8 June 2014 8:59 PM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

Nick & Joe & Nathaniel are surveying highlights from the summer season thus far. Nick and Joe love Only Lovers Left Alive and Nathaniel has just returned from How To Train Your Dragon 2

00:00 Intro and Lucy

02:20 Alternative Blockbusters & Action Figures

04:00 Favorite Things We Saw This Summer 

08:45 Maleficent and Villainous Backstories 

12:00 Many Tangents: Kill Bill, The Lion King, A.I. Artificial Intelligence and Jude Law

19:10 Summer Releases To Come, Melissa McCarthy & Channing Tatum

25:00 Jersey Boys vs. Think Like a Man 2

and...

30:00-48:00 As an appetizer for next week's 2004 10th Anniversary Podcast. We look back at the Oscar winners: Morgan Freeman, Cate Blanchett, Jamie Foxx, Hilary Swank and Million Dollar Baby

You can listen to the podcast here at the bottom of the post or download the conversation on iTunes (though sometimes it takes a day to show up there). Continue the conversation in the comments. »

- NATHANIEL R

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Ten Best: Big-Screen Robots

8 June 2014 4:35 AM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Robots have been a part of cinema since its creation and still make for intriguing on-screen presences. With RoboCop set for a Limited Edition Blu-ray Steelbook, DVD and Blu-ray release on 9th June 2014 from Studiocanal, we count down the most memorable movie cyborgs to have graced our screens.

Evil Maria – Metropolis (1927)

Fritz Lang’s classic sees an inventor, who has created a robot to resurrect his deceased wife, apply the likeness of a popular female worked named Maria (played by Brigitte Helm) in an attempt to ruin her reputation amongst her peers. Once completed, the robot is an evil incarnation of Maria and wreaks havoc in the dystopian future depicted by Lang.

R2-D2/C-3Po – the Star Wars series (1977-2005)

Not only are these two of the most beloved robots in cinematic history, but one of the most revered fictional filmic double acts to adorn the screen. R2-D2 (played by »

- Phil Wheat

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Clark Gregg Shares Exclusive Trust Me Character Posters

4 June 2014 2:52 PM, PDT | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

Clark Gregg has so much more to him than playing Agent Phil Coulson in the Marvel Cinematic (and Television) Universe. The character actor has worked with oodles of outstanding directors over the years, from Steven Spielberg (A.I. . Artificial Intelligence) and Nicole Holofcener (Lovely & Amazing) to Paul Thomas Anderson (Magnolia). In 2008, Gregg took his own shot at directing, helming the adaptation of Chuck Palahniuk.s novel Choke. And now he.s back behind the camera (and in front of it) for the Hollywood comedy Trust Me. We are proud to premiere a series of exclusive character one-sheets done by artist Ksenia Golubkova for the incredible cast Clark Gregg assembled for Trust Me, which features the actor-director as a child-star talent agent trying to land a valuable actress. Seriously, in addition to Gregg, the ensemble reads off like a laundry list of coveted character actors, starting with his Choke lead, Sam »

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Through This Lens: J.J. Abrams’ ‘Star Trek: Into Darkness’

26 May 2014 5:34 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Star Trek: Into Darkness

Directed by J.J. Abrams

USA/2013

The camera in J.J. AbramsStar Trek: Into Darkness often operates as though it were a satellite in space – at times orbiting actors, but not as tightly bound to the laws of gravity. In the first shot, the camera is entering a colorful planet’s atmosphere, slowing down as it catches wind resistance and using its zoom to call attention to some ruckus happening on the ground – a very literal approach to dropping the audience into the middle of the action. As Captain Kirk is chased by the planet’s inhabitants, the camera flies alongside Kirk, or high over the tree tops, the camera shows no limits to where it can and cannot go, serving as a metaphor for the Starship Enterprise itself, boldly exploring the space as it sees fit. This limitless camera – and Abrams’ willingness to put »

- Jae K. Renfrow

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'Extant': Can CBS, Spielberg & Halle Berry Pull Off Sci-Fi?

14 May 2014 4:10 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Hope you like your sci-fi intrigue tinged with robotic children, amnesia, and Halle Berry's emotions, because that's what "Extant" is dishing out. "Extant" is a new supernatural series premiering July 9 on CBS. Goran Visnjic plays Halle's husband, and together they're raising what appears to be an "A.I."-type child programmed with thousands of commands for feigning love and sincerity. (Lea Michele is rumored to work the same way.) He is about as creepy as you'd expect. Steven Spielberg is behind this, so it's no surprise we're catching whiffs of Haley Joel Osment's cyborg past here. I'm split on this trailer. Let's discuss the highs and lows. Highs: I mean, what is going on here? There's enough interest in the trailer to make me believe we're in for a bunch of twists, turns, and otherwise disturbing revelations. I'll also put it out there that I think Camryn Manheim is fantastic, »

- Louis Virtel

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'Halo' "Digital Feature" Gets 'Good Wife' Star

14 May 2014 8:23 AM, PDT | LatinoReview | See recent LatinoReview news »

Ok, so you know the Halo TV series that Amblin Entertainment is working on for Showtime? This is not it. 

This is a live-action "digital feature" whatever that means. It was written by Paul Scheuring (the guy who created Prisonbreak) and is going to be directed by a guy named Sergio Mimica-Gezzan, whose name seems unfamiliar. That doesn't mean you haven't seen his work.

Writes The Wrap:

Mimica-Gezzan previously served as Spielberg's first assistant director on “Schindler's List,” “Saving Private Ryan,” “Minority Report,” and “A.I.” He also directed numerous episodes of fanboy favorites “Battlestar Galactica,” “Falling Skies” and “Heroes,” as well as the miniseries “The Pillars of the Earth.”

This Halo digital project is being produced by 343 Industries, Xbox Entertainment Studios and Scott Free Productions will have more of it's details spilled at June's E3 Expo, but it Has added it's Spartan cast member: Mike Colter of The Good Wife, »

- Da7e

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The Trailer for Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

8 May 2014 12:41 PM, PDT | Filmonic.com | See recent Filmonic news »

Well that’s one hell of a title. For whatever reason, book titles usually get more leeway when it comes to length as the title of their movie adaptations get shortened. Case in point, Ben Mezrich’s poker novel Bringing Down the House became 21, Brian Aldiss’ Supertoys Last All Summer Long became A.I. and Phillip K. Dick’s We Can Remember It […]

Read The Trailer for Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day on Filmonic.

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- Andrew Shuster

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Don't Let the Generic Title Fool You! Watch The Machine! [Review]

24 April 2014 4:35 PM, PDT | QuietEarth.us | See recent QuietEarth news »

Stories about artificial intelligence have been a long running staple of science fiction for good reason. The concept of creating consciousness is closely tied with humanity's god complex and the want, and for some need, to create something out of nothing; particularly something as complicated as the essence of humanity and our ability to formulate thought and to empathize. Be it the doomsday scenario of The Terminator or The Matrix or the slightly less end-of-days Blade Runner or A.I. Artificial Intelligence, the many facets of both the advantages and repercussions of AI have been mined from many angles and The Machine offers up yet another take on the concept of sentient machines.

In a near future where the rest of the world is in a cold war against [Continued ...] »

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